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Wine Women And Song Chords

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Am               E
Wine, women, and song
  F                 C       E       Am
I tried them all it did not take me long
              E                    F         C
To figure I'd unlocked the door to happiness
  E       Am                   E
I figured wrong with a capital "R"
        F                          C        E        Am
All the baggage I brought wouldn't fit in a mid-size car
                          E                  F
That's why I'm walking on eggshells down the Via Dolorosa
       C          E         F
Hasn't got me any closer so far


                  G              F         E7
Shacked up with a poet, found it wasn't my department
F               G             F      D7
Now I study the poetry of the studio apartment
F                       G
Changing the catbox and baking the bread
  F                           E7
I should have been paying the bills instead
          F                        G                    Am
Of paying homage to an image drawn from somebody else's head


2x: Am,G,F,E

Am
Song, women, and wine
    G                                 F
You can't fool all the people all the time
F
But if you're trying, if you're looking, if you're lucky
        E                          Am
You can always fool a few and feel fine,
Am
Is the line between shame and dread
    G
One grips the lungs one brains the head
    F                     E                     Am
But either one can crush, anyone can crush you

                G              F            E    Am
Once I dated an actor, she was working on a play
           G             F               E    Am
By opening night, we had nothing left to say
                        G
We hit the wall, it was not resilient
    F                               E
She said that she was hungrier than I was brilliant
    Am               G       F      E
And who the hell was I to disagree?

                   Am             E                  Am
Didn't you used to be someone who meant something to me?
             E                  Am
Somebody who meant something to me
            E                  Am
Someone who meant something to me

2x: Am,E,F,C,E

Am               E
Wine, women, and song
  F                 C       E       Am
I tried them all it did not take me long
                E                  F         C
To figure I'd unlocked the door to happiness
  E       Am
I figured wrong

Thanks to this wonderful youtube clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4klUCZPXQM

Also- the part that goes "Didn't you used to be..." I have no real clue how to figure 
one out. What I have there is just a super-simple version.
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Hobosogo wrote on October 16 2009, 05:21 pm

this is sweet dude.

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MatthewMichaelM wrote on March 21 2013, 05:32 pm

Am E
Wine, women, and song
F C E Am
I tried them all it did not take me long
E F C
To figure I'd unlocked the door to happiness
E Am E
I figured wrong with a capital "R"
F C E Am
All the baggage I brought wouldn't fit in a mid-size car
E F
That's why I'm walking on eggshells down the Via Dolorosa
C E F
Hasn't got me any closer so far

G F E7
Shacked up with a poet, found it wasn't my department
F G F D7
Now I study the poetry of the studio apartment
F G
Changing the catbox and baking the bread
F E7
I should have been paying the bills instead
F G Am
Of paying homage to an image drawn from somebody else's head

2x: Am D7 F E7

Song, women, and wine
D7
You can't fool all the people all the time
F
But if you're trying, if you're looking, if you're lucky
E7
You can always fool a few and feel fine,
Am
Is the line between shame and dread
D7
One grips the lungs one brains the head
F
But either one can crush you,
E7
anyone can crush you

F G F E7
Once I dated an actor, she was working on a play
F G F D7
By opening night, we had nothing left to say
F G
We hit the wall, it was not resilient
F E7
She said that she was hungrier than I was brilliant
F G Am
And who the hell was I to disagree?

Am G F E7 Am
Didn't you used to be someone who meant something to me?
G F E7 Am
Somebody who meant something to me
G F E7 Am G F E7 Am
Someone who meant something to me

2x: Am,E,F,C,E

Am E
Wine, women, and song
F C E Am
I tried them all it did not take me long
E F C
To figure I'd unlocked the door to happiness
E Am
I figured wrong

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